I created an internal lan using a Linksys switch (WRT54G). I connected the Linksys device to the secondary network and followed the instructions in http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Linksys_WRT54G
- specifically, I set the Linksys IP address to 192.168.1.130 and disabled the DHCP server.
I added the iPod to the internal network. I had to set up the IP address statically, to be on the 192.168.80.xx network (I set the iPod to 192.168.80.132 with gateway of 192.168.80.130).
I changed the settings in the Dianemo app as follows:
Device number: 47
User name: (blank)
Nerve Centre IP: 192.168.80.1
If the iPod IP address is configured statically, with these settings I can:
Connect with the Dianemo app as well as the RoamingOrb app on the internal lan.
Connect to the Linksys gateway (192.168.80.130)
Connect to lmc-admin page (192.168.80.1)
However, I can not connect with my iPod to the Internet.
If the iPod IP address is configured dynamically, it gets an address outside the 192.168.80.xx range (e.g. 192.168.1.70). I then can see the Internet but can not access the Core (e.g. the Dianemo app fails to connect).
I don’t understand why the iPod IP address is set to an address which is outside the 192.168.80.xx range (e.g. 192.168.1.70) if it is set up dynamically.